Employer-Mandated Disclosure of Wage Ranges and Expansion of Equal Pay Law Enacted in Connecticut

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Beginning October 1, 2021, Connecticut employers, meaning those that employ at least one employee in the state, will be required to disclose wage ranges for vacant positions pursuant to an amendment of existing laws concerning salary history and equal pay, titled “An Act Concerning the Disclosure of Salary Range for a Vacant Position” (the Act). In enacting this amendment last week, Connecticut joined other states, including California, Maryland, and Washington, which already have imposed similar disclosure obligations on employers. In addition, the Act amends Connecticut’s equal pay law by expanding employers’ obligations to provide employees with equal pay for comparable work.

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